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The Phoenician, Persian, Greek, Roman sailors and strategists brought out the notion of velocity in the middle of the first millennium BCE. Velocity results from an archaic intuition of a relation between space and time. The progressive evolution of its uses was going to be shaken by the Newtonian formalization, and afterwards by the outbreak of relativity early twentieth century. It makes this concept worthy of attention.doi:10.1103/physrevlett.48.1768.2 fatcat:pmkzjffc6jhzjicp33ssmvezfm